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Further Observations On the Effects of Peas, Beans and Vetch Upon Soil Population Levels of Pea Root Eelworm, Heterodera Göttingiana Liebscher*)

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In microplot and garden plot experiments, peas caused marked rises in cyst and egg populations of pea root eelworm. Vetch doubled the number of cysts but gave only a small increase in eggs. Field bean also nearly doubled the number of cysts but barely maintained the egg population. Longpod and Windsor beans caused relatively small increases in cyst numbers and reduced the egg populations. Despite the high initial egg populations of some plots, no symptoms of pea 'sickness' appeared in 1955, probably because of the cool, moist weather during the growing period and possibly also because of the nitrogenous fertilizer applied to the plots.

Affiliations: 1: (Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden; 2: (School of Agriculture, University of Cambridge

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2016-12-08

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